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Alisa Makarenko

Clara

Clara,
photo Szymon Kawecki-Kawka

Clara
Clara,
photo Szymon Kawecki-Kawka

Alisa Makarenko is a choreographer and creator of stage movement for performances at many different contemporary theatres in Poland. She is also the inventor of the mov_improv_ment teaching method – a combination of psychology, improvisation and contemporary dance. In 2012, she was awarded for her significant contributions to the choreographic art of Ukraine and also for her high level of instruction in the field of dance. In 2014, she received the Ewa Wycichowska artistic prize.

Performance

Clara

Company

Spectacle Clara

Credits

  • Alisa Makarenko Choreographer, director
  • Natalia Trafankowska Assistant to the choreographer
  • Clara Schumann Music
  • Robert Schumann Music
  • Johannes Brahms Music
  • Larisa Komyshna Costumes
  • Natalia Trafankowska Performer of the role of Clara Schumann
  • Alexey Torgunakov Performer of the role of Robert Schumann
  • Filip Trawiński Performer of the role of Johannes Brahms
  • Sandra Cieślewicz Performer
  • Magdalena Cygan Performer
  • Wiktoria Dudek Performer
  • Joanna Jewuła Performer
  • Marika Kornacka Performer
  • Justyna Mordarska Performer
  • Zofia Nochowicz Performer
  • Agata Śmiarowska Performer
  • Lidia Święszkowska Performer
  • Julia Szczesnowska Performer

Performance synopsis

The story presents the fate of three pianists who were connected by an extraordinary bond – a romantic triangle. The materials used to create the performance are their letters and diaries, full of the mutual respect, attachment, and unusual tenderness of Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms. The performance shows their sensitivity, love, parenthood, friendship, mental illnesses, adolescence, life experiences, limitations and weaknesses related to the human psyche and body.

Duration50" Crew *12 Artists13
Premiere 2019-10-13, Poznań
Audienceeveryone (regardless of age)

* cast plus technical support

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Promotional details
  • Honorary patronage of the Consultate General of Germany in Wrocław, media patronage from codziennypoznan.pl and Scena Wspólna
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